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Finally, a DSLR HDMI clamp for the rest of us

Most of us have our camera rigs to hold everything nice and tightly in place. The only thing that isn’t held safely in those rigs

October 03, 2011 Blog, Gear

CineSkates, an infinitely positionable camera slider

CineSkates are a twist on the traditional camera slider design. Instead of being mounted to some sort of platform, the wheels are mounted to the

September 02, 2011 Blog, Gear

Free printable lens hoods for your DSLR camera

It happens to the best of us, you lose or damage your lens hood and can’t bring yourself to buy a new one. Well now

August 31, 2011 Blog, News

DSLR Controller, App to control your Canon HDSLR from your Android phone or tablet

DSLR Controller is a new app (currently in Beta) to allow you to access and operate your Canon HDSLR from your Android phone or tablet.

August 26, 2011 Blog, News

DV|TV: CPM Film Tools Cubed Rig, Color Temperature, Final Cut Pro X Thoughts

This week we review the new CPM Film Tools Cubed DSLR camera rig, discuss the importance of color temperature and getting the correct white balance,

June 27, 2011 DVTV, Videos

The mechanics of image stabilization explained

If you’ve ever wondered how image stabilization works on your DSLR, wonder no more. Camera Technica wrote an article about the science and the mechanics

June 25, 2011 Blog, News

The Ultimate DSLR Rig?

Neumann Films put together this spoof on DSLR rigs making fun of the “bigger is better” design that many rigs have

June 23, 2011 Blog, News

Cine Gear 2011: Zacuto – Steve & Jens discuss web episodic and colloborative filmmaking

We stop off and talk to Steve and Jens from Zacuto about their new products and also about web filmmaking. They share how they believe

June 16, 2011 Cine Gear 2011

Cine Gear 2011: Shane Hurlbut on DSLR Cinema

We interview Shane Hurlbut, ASC from Hurlbut Visuals as he shares the new rental division of his company. Shane also tells us how DSLRs have

June 09, 2011 Cine Gear 2011

Canon T3i Video DSLR Review

I didn’t think much of the T3i until I held one in my hand. I still think the 60D is the best choice for a

June 01, 2011 DSLR Video Shooter